Camper Medications & Forms

Trinity Summer Camp understands that many campers have health concerns such as allergies, asthma, and medication needs. Trinity Summer Camp can accommodate most of these concerns.

All campers must complete the Camp Docs Health Profile and submit the proper forms and medication(s) when indicated.


Medication(s) must be provided if your camper has any of the following health concerns:


  • Diagnosed food allergy (no matter the severity)
  • Non-food Allergy requiring medication for treatment
  • Any Allergy with a potential for Anaphylaxis risk
  • Asthma
  • Any health concern requiring medication to be taken while at camp



If your camper has an identified health concern, please use the table below to determine the required camp forms:


If your camper has a…

Forms you need to submit:

Please bring to camp:

FOOD ALLERGY with anaphylaxis risk

(ex: allergen requires an

EpiPen)

All non-expired medication with prescription label

FOOD ALLERGY with no anaphylaxis risk and medication at camp

(ex: allergen causes hives, treated with Benadryl)

All non-expired medication with prescription label

FOOD ALLERGY with no anaphylaxis risk and no medication

This is not an option. If your child has a known food allergy, the MD Dept of Health requires us to have medication for them at camp. Please see row above for requirements.

NON-FOOD ALLERGY with anaphylaxis risk and medication at camp

(ex: bee sting with EpiPen)

All non-expired medication with prescription label

NON-FOOD ALLERGY with no anaphylaxis risk and medication at camp

(ex: pollen allergy with Benadryl)

 

Non-expired medication in original packaging

NON-FOOD ALLERGY with no medication at camp

(ex: seasonal allergies with meds taken at home)

No additional forms needed- only Camp Docs Health Profile completed to reflect the allergy

Nothing needed

ASTHMA

Non-expired inhaler with prescription label

Health issue requiring non-emergency prescription medication

Non-expired medication with prescription label

Health issue requiring non-emergency over the counter (OTC) medication

Non-expired medication in original packaging

*If your camper has a health concern that does not fit one of the situations above, please reach out to Camp Director Kelly Gorewitz for guidance.



Please use the links below to download and print the required camp forms:

Medication Administration Authorization Form

Allergy and Anaphylaxis Medication Administration Authorization Plan

Asthma Action Plan and Medication Administration Authorization Form (combined into one form)


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Please review the FAMILY HANDBOOK (pages 17-19)
for more detailed information regarding health concerns.





Please contact Camp Director Kelly Gorewitz at [email protected]
with any questions regarding health forms or medication(s).
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